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  • Value for money

    posted by wijawara

    -good aluminium construction-slightly heavier than expected-gold plated springs -secondary spring can be taken (or cut) out to fit surefire g2.-brighter than my original surefire p60-cheaper than original LED replacement
    -strobe works too well! SOS mode, may never use it-dont get strobed switching between low and high mode-memory feature on switching is very handy-lowest mode is bright enough-light beam is still smooth
    -value for money-save batteries-bright-i am satisfied.-bought at 11 Oct, received at 29 Oct, Malaysia
  • When you need local storage

    posted by kirovclass

    Simple daughterboard that can help you to provide your Arduino project with a local non-volatile storage.PCB design seems very clean, nothing to complain about it.
    An improvement could be to ship it with an optional connector that allows it to mount the board horizontally.
    There are no much choices when there is a need to store data locally on a Arduino project, and for the little price, it's good to have one of these in the toolbox.
  • Green!

    posted by cowana

    Red PCB (on the inside) makes it stand out from my other modules.
    Strobe is much faster than my other modules - I like it.
    True memory mode
    Proper SOS mode - not SOSOSO...
    A short pause between each SOS
    The SOS is a nice speed
    Nice throw
    Nice flood
    Pretty bright - probably the full 80 lumens.
    Attracts fish (apparently - I've never tried it)
    A nice P60 host that is pretty cool. Not sure why anyone would want a green light (including me!), but if you do, this is the one to get.
  • Works alright

    posted by danrulz98

    Well, its pretty cheap for flash memory.
    The build quality is alright, the case did snap apart once when I was pulling it off of the motherboard. But, the build inside seems nice and clean. No complaints there.
    It's very tiny, and does indeed just pop onto the IDE port on the motherboard of my file sever.
    Its a really cool idea and all, but a bit worthless with such little space! The 4+ GB version is probably much more suitable unless you're only going to be running DOS or a very minimal linux system from it. If you're using DOS or something small like that, this is a great product!
    Great for minimal needs!
    No so great if you want something more than minimal. A 4+ GB one would be better suited.
  • Bright drop in for UF 302B

    posted by lasermanathome

    Gives much light, the lower power modes come in handy.There is really a T6 inside.Throw in very good.Does not become overheated.
    The overkill T6 leds does not have to work on its max, like driving 60miles an hour in a Ferrari...So the led will last for ever, i think.The driver does not give much current, t6hat why the drop in is not so bright but 500 lumen out of an UF 302....For its performance it is a cheap and good drop in


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